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Ambiances Magnétiques

Name
Ambiances Magnetiques
URL
http://www.ambiancesmagnetiques.com
Email
info@actuellecd.com
Phone
+1/514 526-6849
Address
4580, avenue de Lorimier Montréal (Québec) H2H 2B5, Canada
Profile
Label for new ensemble music, "marching band" & new rock, improvised music, electronic & noise, new song & poetry or new jazz., founded 1983 by René Lussier, Jean Derome, Robert Marcel Lepage and André Duchesne in Montreal.
Releases on file (7)
André Duchesne — Le Temps des Bombes André Duchesne — Le Temps des Bombes
(Ambiances Magnétiques AM 002, 1984/1996, CD)
Various Artists — Ambiances Magnétiques Volume 2: Hourra pour la Bastringue Various Artists — Ambiances Magnétiques Volume 2: Hourra pour la Bastringue
(Ambiances Magnétiques AM045CD, 1997, CD)
Fred Frith Guitar Quartet — Ayaya Moses Fred Frith Guitar Quartet — Ayaya Moses
(Ambiances Magnétiques AM 051, 1997, CD)
Fred Frith Guitar Quartet — Upbeat Fred Frith Guitar Quartet — Upbeat
(Ambiances Magnétiques AM 063, 1998, CD)
Papa Boa — Tête à Queue Papa Boa — Tête à Queue
(Ambiances Magnétiques AM 068 CD, 1999, CD)
Bernard Falaise — Do Bernard Falaise — Do
(Ambiances Magnétiques AM 086, 2000, CD)
Bernard Falaise — Clic Bernard Falaise — Clic
(Ambiances Magnétiques AM 174, 2007, CD)

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